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Spartina in Humboldt Bay

Have you noticed the people with weed whackers out in the salt marshes on Humboldt Bay? This work is the result of a $1 million grant to Humboldt National Wildlife Refuge to control Chilean cordgrass, Spartina densiflora.

  • Listen in to the April 26, 2012 edition of the EcoNews Report to learn more!  Jennifer Kalt of Humboldt Baykeeper interviews Adam Wagschal of HT Harvey & Assoc. on salt marshes and the eradication of Spartina.The EcoNews Report airs every Thursday at 1:30 p.m. on KHSU - 90.5 FM. It is produced by the Northcoast Environmental Center, http://yournec.org/, publisher of our regional environmental newspaper, EcoNews, http://yournec.org/content/econews-home.

  •  "Regional Spartina Eradication"  by Annie Eicher, Spartina Eradication Project manager, article in Winter 2011 Darlingtonia (North Coast chapter newsletter) , download (PDF 3.4 MB)
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